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Which Garth Brooks hits do you want to hear on his comeback tour? We know it's been a while since Garth Brooks last took the stage, so don't worry if you're a little rusty. Check out some of Garth Brooks' career changing tracks that made him into one of the greatest country artists of all time.

1. "Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)" Garth Brooks, 1989

This track was Garth Brooks' first single released off his debut album, also marking his first Top 10 hit.

2. "We Shall Be Free" The Chase, 1992

Garth Brooks was inspired to write this song with Stephanie Davis after the 1992 L.A. riots.

3. "The River" Ropin' the Wind, 1992

This top track led its album to No. 1 on the Billboard pop charts, the first in history for a country album to do so.

4. "More Than a Memory" Ultimate Hits, 2007

This track was a No. 1 hit even after Garth Brooks' retirement in 2000.

5. "Standing Outside the Fire" In Pieces, 1993

This track served as an inspiration for people with disabilities and received positive response from the Special Olympics.

6. "The Thunder Rolls" No Fences, 1990

This controversal track about domestic violence was banned from CMT and TNN, but still succeeded in raising awareness and promoted fundraising.

7. "Unanswered Prayers" No Fences, 1990

Garth Brooks' focus on the meanings behind love and life led this track to be made into a movie for the Lifetime Television Network.

8. "If Tomorrow Never Comes" Garth Brooks, 1989

Released off his debut album, this track was Garth Brooks' second single, and his first to land at No. 1.

9. "Friends In Low Places" No Fences, 1990

This popular honky tonk track is one of the most well-known Garth Brooks songs and highlighted him as a superstar.

10. "The Dance" Garth Brooks, 1989

Serving as the last release of Garth Brooks' debut album, in 1990 this track pushed sales from 500,000 to 1 million within one month, and still remains a fan favorite.

(Read more about these top songs here.)

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